• Bristol County Courthouse (former) Renovations - Bristol RI
    "During 1934-35 the building was refurbished as a PWA project under the direction of Bristol architect Wallis E. Howe, a partner in the firm Howe & Church. The original Tuscan-columned portico was replaced with a "Gothic" design of clustered colonettes, a ball-frieze design used by Russell Warren on the cornice of Hey Bonnie Hall was replicated, and the courthouse was painted a Colonial Revival scheme of yellow with white trim and green shutters." The building is still standing and has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places.
  • Hope St. Seawall - Bristol RI
    Seawall constructed on Hope St. Built by the Works Progress Administration between 1935 and 1939.
  • Mount Hope Farm Improvements - Bristol RI
    As attested to by multiple plaques on-site, the Works Progress Administration (WPA) installed drainage channels with culverts for walking trails at Mount Hope Farm in Bristol, Rhode Island, and potentially made other improvements.